Deposition when passing from gas to solid, sublimes when in the opposite direction.
line that only goes in one direction and the opposite direction
because the in winter goes in opposite direction...
"Conventional current" is the equivalent current of (usually) ficticious positive charges. If the electron current (negative charges) goes in one direction, the conventional current (of positive charges) goes in the opposite direction.
goes out of your nose p.s. carbon dioxide (c02)
An eye that either goes the opposite direction of the other or doesn't really move.
It is called a lip out.
This means that it is the opposite of the normal direction that a taper goes. Example; If a normal taper goes to the left, a reverse taper goes to the right.
A ray is a portion of a line that starts at one point and infinitely goes off in the opposite direction. Two opposite rays form a line.
No, because a line goes forever in opposite directions of each other. A ray goes forever in one direction.
when the ball goes out and the goalie kicks it its called a goal kick. When the goalie catches it and kicks it its called a punt.
The nozzel tubes need to be turned the opposite direction
The copper pellet opposite the spring end goes into the engine.
It goes through a ball return
no.. if you touch the net, the ref will blow the whistle and the ball goes to the opposite team
The ball has gone "in touch" and the restart is a throw-in.
no it does not,it has no mechanical advantage whatsoever. It is just an advantage because it goes in the opposite direction in which you pull.
The one hit the hardest as long as the wind is in it's favor and the direction is straight!
When the ball goes out at the "side" (called the touchline) and a throw in gets the ball back into play. Taken by the team that didn't touch the ball last.
by the way you hit the ball and the direction you hit it and u have the angles and how high it goes and how wide and the measure of the angel u hit the ball
opposite of an afferent neuron. an efferent neuron goes from the central nervous system to the organ in the body that will perform the required action.
A serve error is when the ball fails to land in the 30x30 courton the opposite team's side. If the ball touches any part of the body of a player on the opposite side and goes out, it is considered good. I hope this helps(: